Tuesday, October 20, 2009


It's Fall...
when I think Fall, I think PUMPKIN

I'll start with the EASIEST recipe I've ever made...

1 can 'pumpkin pie mix'
1 box, yellow cake

Mix ingredients, pour into greased muffin tins, bake 20-22 mins in 350* oven

That's it!! :)

FALL also brings different Messianic/Jewish celebrations...Sukkot was most recent...this is from BETH ADONAI (a Bible Based (Old and Renewed Covenant) Congregation worshipING the way Yeshua/JESUS and his disciples did. They celebrate the feasts and practices of the Torah as they experience Mathew 5:17 where Yeshua said "I have not come to abolish the
Torah or the Prophets, but to bring them to their fullness.")

(Sukkot is first mentioned in the Bible as the name of the first stopping place of the Israelites on their journey out of Egypt in

Genesis 33:17
“Ya’acov went on to Sukkot, where he built himself a house and put up shelters for his cattle. This is why the place is called Sukkot [shelters].”

The word "sukkot" actually means "woven". These shelters (booths) were woven together from branches and leaves to
protect the animals from the sun, so sukkot later came to mean the hut or booth with the "woven" roof. Since we are
commanded to build a hut or booth on this holiday as a reminder of G-d's sheltering care for us, this feast is called
"Sukkot". (One booth is a "sukkah", and being a feminine noun, in Hebrew the plural becomes "sukkot".)

Leviticus 23:42-43
“You are to live in sukkot for seven days; every citizen of Israel is to live in sukkah, so that generation after generation of you
will know that I made the people of Israel live in sukkot when I brought them out of the land of Egypt; I am Adonai your God.”


sara said...

wow that is easy!! I will have to try that this weekend!

Sassy Granny ... said...

Fall food is my absolute favorite! Thank you for adding to my recipe box. Now I'll have to ponder the few I might share as well.

Nutmeg & cinnamon to you!

Andrea said...

Blessings and prayers,

Merrie said...

AMAZING! I'll have to try it! Thanks! Blessings!

Kim said...

I bet these muffins would be especially good with butternut squash soup!

I love fall weather and making different soup & bread combinations :-)

Mocha with Linda said...

Can't get any easier than that!

Heart2Heart said...

Loving the simplicity of this pumpkin muffin recipe. I even think my kids could handle learning this one.

Thank you so much for taking the time to post and share this.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Chel's Leaving a Legacy said...

You have GOT to be kidding!

I would love to leave a longer comment, but I'm on my way to the store to get TWO ingredients for breakfast tomorrow!

Toodles! :-)

Cecelia---Sis---Mom said...

Yummy, my family loves pumpkin breads I will definitely use this recipe tonight. :-)

Thank you for sharing the other celebrations. I love learning things like this.


BeckyB said...

Okay - that is too easy not to try!
Becky B

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

They were yummy, I think they would be super yummy in mini muffins then you could just pop a little bit of heaven in your mouth all in one bite!!!

Jewel said...

Wow! Now that is simple and easy! I'm thinking they would be delicious with cream cheese icing on them? :-) We may just have to see!! Thanks so much for this recipe!! I'm excited to try them!

2nd Cup of Coffee said...

Did you post this recipe JUST for me?? I could do it!

Chel's Leaving a Legacy said...

Hey Skoots1Mom,

What size pumpkin mix does this call for? All I could find at my store was the large 30 oz. Should I use half?